New Perspectives in Stress Psycho-Diagnosis
Keywords:GDV Camera; bioelectrography; altered state of consciousness; cuantic psihodiagnosis
The paper aims at establishing a new stress assessment methodology using the GDV
Camera to find ways to minimize the stress level by accessing known psychotherapeutic techniques to
professions such as police. The research aims at repeated measurements performed on a group of 30
subjects under stress conditions and after relaxation therapies. The working hypothesis is that the use
of some quick relaxation, concentration and attention techniques can cause the stress level of the
subjects to decrease. The novelty stems from the fact that this methodology of stress assessment is
much more effective than the ones used so far.
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